Has anyone successfully used Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server to serve as a T.120 application server or as a scheduler in conjunction with the IP/VC 3540. All of the sales docs say that the 3540 will work with T.120 compliant services. We have the address of the Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server in the MCU settings with port 1503 (which is what Microsoft uses), but cannot figure out what we are doing wrong.
Re: Exchange 2000 Conferencing Server and IP/VC 3540
Magicsoft provides a scheduling and management interface that works with Exchange/Outlook 2000. We can schedule and automate point-to-point, multipoing voice and video calls, including T-120 calls on the 3540. We do not provide a T-120 application...this is not exactly what you are looking for, but if I can be a resource for you, please email me. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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